Fantex is a financial service company creating a non-correlated asset category with stocks tied to the earnings of professional athletes. It acquires the cash flows of professional athletes and turns those cash flows into a stock that is then taken through an initial public offering. The company also works with athletes to build their audience and extend the duration of their brand and earnings potential. Currently, 6 athletes are trading and have already paid $664,510 to shareholders in the form of dividends. By investing in these athletes you have the ability to join a new asset category of uncorrelated securities to help enrich and diversify your portfolio. This unique asset class not only offers diversification but a ticket into a whole new market of the sports industry. Fantex was founded by David Beirne in 2012 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California, United States.